Synopsis As Introduced Creates the Missing Persons Identification Act. Provides that all law enforcement agencies shall accept without delay any report of a missing person. Provides that the law enforcement agency must accept a missing person report filed in person. Provides that the law enforcement agency, upon acceptance of a missing person report, shall inform the reporting citizen of one of 2 resources, based upon the age of the missing person. If the missing person is under 18 years of age, contact information for the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children shall be given. Provides that if the missing person is age 18 or older, contact information for the National Center for Missing Adults shall be given. Provides that before performing any death scene investigation, the official with custody of the human remains shall ensure that the coroner or medical examiner of the county in which the deceased was found has been notified. Requires the coroner or medical examiner to go to the scene and take charge of the remains. Provides that documented efforts must be made to locate family members of the deceased person to inform them of the death and location of the remains of their family member. Amends the Department of State Police Law to make conforming changes. Effective immediately.